zinc as a necessary nutrient and its effect on plant growth



Srinivasagam Krishnakumar, Surendar Krishna Plant Mineral Nutrition Srinivasagam Krishnakumar, Surendar Krishna Plant Mineral Nutrition Новинка

Srinivasagam Krishnakumar, Surendar Krishna Plant Mineral Nutrition

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A mineral element is considered to plant growth and development if the element is involved in plant metabolic functions and the plant cannot complete its life cycle without the element. Essential Elements are Necessary for normal growth and development but Non Essential Elements Not Necessary for normal growth and development. Totally 17 elements are essential for plants. The detection of deficiencies and toxicity of particular mineral nutrient element has enabled us to make adequate soil amendments for better plant growth. Physiological disorders of many crops such as rice, pulses and oil seeds have been successfully corrected by using minerals.
Taghred A. Hashem,Omer H. El-Hussieny and Ihab M. Farid Interactions among some nutrients & their implications on plant growth Taghred A. Hashem,Omer H. El-Hussieny and Ihab M. Farid Interactions among some nutrients & their implications on plant growth Новинка

Taghred A. Hashem,Omer H. El-Hussieny and Ihab M. Farid Interactions among some nutrients & their implications on plant growth

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High levels of any particular nutrient in the soil can interfere with the availability and uptake of other nutrients by the plant. Nutrients which interfere with one another are referred to as antagonists. High nitrogen levels can reduce the availability of boron and potassium. Unless care is taken to ensure adequate balanced supply of nutrients, application of high levels of any particular nutrient can induce deficiencies of other nutrients in plant. Stimulation occurs when application of a particular nutrient increases the uptake of another nutrient. For example, increased N creates a demand for more magnesium. Interactions among plant nutrients are of very important and could take place in the soil as well as within the plant. Such interactions must be understood and considered in order to secure adequate nutrient supply.
Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean Новинка

Yadav Shashidhar, Nanher A.H. Nutrient Management in Mungbean

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To Study The Effect Of Different Nutrient Combination And Sources On Mungbean (Vigna Radiata L. Wilczek) In Sandy Loam Soil At Crop Research Centre Of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University Of Agriculture And Technology, Meerut (U.P.), During Kharif Season Of 2012. To Study The Effect Of Nutrient Management Practices And Their Sources On Growth, Yield Attributes And Yield Of Mungbean .To Investigate The Effect Of Vermicompost In Association With Chemical Fertilizer On Mungbean. To Study The Economic Gain And Nutrient Uptake By Different Combinations Of Nutrients Sources.
Nabin Rawal Effect of Nutrient Management on Soil Properties and Onion Production Nabin Rawal Effect of Nutrient Management on Soil Properties and Onion Production Новинка

Nabin Rawal Effect of Nutrient Management on Soil Properties and Onion Production

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The best plant growth of onion resulted from poultry manure with bio-fertilizer. The bio-fertilizer resulted an increase in the parameters of onion plant as compared to without bio-fertilizer treatment. The poorest plant growth observed from farmer practices without bio-fertilizer treatment. It was found that combined application of organic manure and chemical fertilizer along with bio-fertilizer improved soil fertility, soil physical and chemical properties and increased crop yields that resulted in sustained and successful crop production. Therefore, it is suggested to make a fertilizer/ manure management strategy which ensures sufficient nutrient supply for high and stable productivity of onion.
Padmakar Ghule,Vijay Balsane and Vinayakrao Dahiphale Plant Geometry and Nutrient Levels on Productivity of Bt Cotton Padmakar Ghule,Vijay Balsane and Vinayakrao Dahiphale Plant Geometry and Nutrient Levels on Productivity of Bt Cotton Новинка

Padmakar Ghule,Vijay Balsane and Vinayakrao Dahiphale Plant Geometry and Nutrient Levels on Productivity of Bt Cotton

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A field investigation entitled "Effect of plant geometry and nutrient levels on productivity of Bt cotton" was conducted during kharif season of 2009-10 at AICRP for dryland agriculture, Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani. The experiment was laid out in split plot design with three replications. There were twelve treatment combinations comprising three plant geometries viz., 90 cm x 60 cm, 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm and four nutrient levels viz., 80:40:40, 100:50:50, 120:60:60 kg NPK/ha and 75 % RDF + 5 t FYM/ha. The plant geometries are allotted to main plot and nutrient levels were accommodated in sub plots. The plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm has recorded significantly higher number of sympodias per plant, the number of picked bolls per plant and seed cotton yield per plant over 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm. The seed cotton yield per hectare was also higher in plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm than 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm. The application of nutrient level i.e. 120:60:60 kg NPK/ha was found superior for enhancing growth parameters viz., plant height, number of leaves, leaf area and dry matter. The application of 75% RDF + 5 t FYM/ha was reco
Shiv Shanker Verma,Prasann Kumar and Pankaj Kumar Mishra Consequence of S and Zn application on peppermint beneath jatropha Shiv Shanker Verma,Prasann Kumar and Pankaj Kumar Mishra Consequence of S and Zn application on peppermint beneath jatropha Новинка

Shiv Shanker Verma,Prasann Kumar and Pankaj Kumar Mishra Consequence of S and Zn application on peppermint beneath jatropha

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It is evident from results presented elsewhere that applications of sulphur and zinc either alone or in combination have beneficial effect on soil properties or plant growth. It is mainly due to sulphur application on the waste land having alkaline reaction. Experimental crops Jatropha and mint have also shown beneficial effect on soil properties and plant growth. Sulphur in soil may produce sulphuric acid which is able to decline alkalinity of the concerned experimental soil. As a result concerned problem soil has become almost normal.
Usha Rani M.,Uma Jyothi K. and Syam Sundar Reddy P. Study on Effect of Growth Regulators and Micronutrients on Okra growth and yield of Okra Usha Rani M.,Uma Jyothi K. and Syam Sundar Reddy P. Study on Effect of Growth Regulators and Micronutrients on Okra growth and yield of Okra Новинка

Usha Rani M.,Uma Jyothi K. and Syam Sundar Reddy P. Study on Effect of Growth Regulators and Micronutrients on Okra growth and yield of Okra

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Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) popularly known as ‘Bhendi’ is an important warm season vegetable, widely cultivated for its tender, green fruits. India is the largest producer of okra in the world and exports considerable amount of fresh okra to the international market, after fulfilling domestic demand. In India, okra mostly grown during kharif. It is also grown during early winter season of mid cool temperatures when price remains very high and farmers earn handsome remuneration from such an okra crop.Okra has good potential as foreign exchange crop. Plant growth regulators may be considered as a new generation agrochemicals after fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides. These are chemical substances, when added in small amounts, modify the growth of plants usually by stimulating or inhibiting part of the natural growth regulatory system. Besides the growth regulators, several nutrient elements especially micronutrients when applied as foliar sprays exert a profound influence on yield. With this background this book puts up information on suitable growth regulators and micronutrients to increase the yield potential in okra.
Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use Новинка

Merwad Abdel-Rahman M. Potentials of Moringa Oleifaera for Agricultural Use

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Moringa oleifera is one of such alternative, being investigated to ascertain its effect on growth and yield of crops and thus can be promoted among farmers as a possible supplement or substitute to inorganic fertilizers. Among naturally occurring plant growth stimulants, Moringa oleifera has attained enormous attention because of having cytokinin in addition to other growth enhancing compounds like ascorbates, phenolics, other antioxidants along with macro- micro nutrients in its leaves. With these properties, spraying application of moringa leaf extract (MLE) was done in spinach, pea , sudan grass and common bean to evaluate its efficacy as crop growth enhancer. The objective was to optimize dose and extraction method of moringa leaf, enhancement of growth, yield under normal and abiotic stresses (salinity and drought).
Ram Kumar Shrestha Integrated Plant Nutrient Management System-Farmer's Field School Ram Kumar Shrestha Integrated Plant Nutrient Management System-Farmer's Field School Новинка

Ram Kumar Shrestha Integrated Plant Nutrient Management System-Farmer's Field School

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Sustainable increase in agricultural production relies on the optimum use of available resources, and integrated plant nutrient management system can serve better option in the developing countries like Nepal. Appropirate extension approach greatly determines the adoption of integrated plant nutrient management systems by farmers and its impacts on social and economic spheres. This study gives indicative results of the integrated approach of plant nutrient management and the Farmer’s field school in Sanga VDC, Kavre Nepal. Results from this study are considered to be important for the researchers and academicians as well as to the development workers who are working in the field of sustainable agriculture.
Manmohan Sharma and M. L. Dotaniya Long Term Effect of Fertilizers and Manure on Nutrient Uptake of Wheat Manmohan Sharma and M. L. Dotaniya Long Term Effect of Fertilizers and Manure on Nutrient Uptake of Wheat Новинка

Manmohan Sharma and M. L. Dotaniya Long Term Effect of Fertilizers and Manure on Nutrient Uptake of Wheat

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This book “Long Term Effect of Fertilizers and Manure on Nutrient Uptake of Wheat” has written for describing the role of manure & fertilizers in wheat productivity in long term perspective. The manure provides plant nutrient for longer period to crop and improve physical, chemical and biological properties of soil. It uses an old practice in crop production and fertility improvement. If all the manure is recycled through agriculture can help in saving of chemical fertilizers. The nutrient management in crop production is a big task. Therefore, use of renewable organic sources like manure would be essential for sustainable agriculture. This book provides the information about availability of manure & fertilizers and their role in nutrient dynamics in soil.
Lee C. Corbett A Study of the Effect of Incandescent Gas-Light on Plant Growth Lee C. Corbett A Study of the Effect of Incandescent Gas-Light on Plant Growth Новинка

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A Study of the Effect of Incandescent Gas-Light on Plant Growth is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1899.Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
Patil Somanagouda B Tillage and Nutrient Management in Groundnut Patil Somanagouda B Tillage and Nutrient Management in Groundnut Новинка

Patil Somanagouda B Tillage and Nutrient Management in Groundnut

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Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) also known as peanut and earthnut, is an important oilseed crop largely grown by resource poor smallholder farmers under rainfed conditions. These farmers employ different tillage practices in the production of the crop. Many farmers perform tillage operations without being aware of the effect of these operations on soil physical properties and crop responses. It is carried out mainly to loosen the upper layer of soil, to mix the soil with fertilizer and organic residues, to control weeds, and to create a suitable seedbed for germination and plant growth. The theme of nutrient management in integrated way for increasing the soil fertility is gaining ground throughout the world in recent years due to high cost of fertilizer and reduced availability of organic manures. Modern tillage and integrated nutrient management practices may affect soil fertility and productivity of groundnut due to different soil conditions created and fulfills the nutrient requirement of crop. The book contains the information on the effect of tillage and integrated nutrient management practices on soil fertility and productivity of groundnut under rainfed conditions.
Abdul Fatah Soomro Integrated Effect Of Organic & Inorganic Fertilizers On Sugarcane Crop Abdul Fatah Soomro Integrated Effect Of Organic & Inorganic Fertilizers On Sugarcane Crop Новинка

Abdul Fatah Soomro Integrated Effect Of Organic & Inorganic Fertilizers On Sugarcane Crop

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This study was conducted to determine the optimum inorganic and organic nutrient sources and rates for sugarcane production. A set of experiments were designed and conducted at Sugarcane Section, Agriculture Research Institute, Tandojam, Pakistan, located at 25o25’60’N 68o31’ 60E during 2008-09 and 2009-10. In all the experiments, Thatta-10 sugarcane variety was sown. In the light of findings it is concluded that integrated nutrient management recorded 25% saving in inorganic NPK fertilizers due to application of FYM and or press mud applied at 20 t ha-1. The residual effect of FYM and press mud showed significant effect on subsequent ratoon crop. The residual FYM and or press mud at 20 t ha-1 + supplemental application of 25% less inorganic NPK fertilizer was found sufficient nutrient level. This study recommends that organic and inorganic nutrients should be applied to enhance growth, yield, quality and nutrient uptake of both plant and ratoon sugarcane. Residual effects were seen on the subsequent ratoon crop due to FYM and press mud applications. Therefore, application of FYM and or press mud at 20 t ha-1 once in a two year with 25% less NPK fertilizer is recommended.
Abbas Ali Cadmium Stress in Plants Abbas Ali Cadmium Stress in Plants Новинка

Abbas Ali Cadmium Stress in Plants

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Plants can’t move away and are therefore always confronted with serious environmental conditions. Plants have to endure with a variety of abiotic stresses, such as soil salinity, cold, heat, drought, flooding and heavy metal contamination. Among heavy metals, cadmium is a non-essential and toxic metal, rapidly taken up by roots and accumulated in various plant tissues which obstruct the crop growth and productivity worldwide. Its presence greatly influences the entire plant metabolism. This text particularly emphasized on the effect of cadmium toxicity in green gram (Phaseolus aureus L.).
Pramod Singh Salicylic Acid and Nutrient Regulation Pramod Singh Salicylic Acid and Nutrient Regulation Новинка

Pramod Singh Salicylic Acid and Nutrient Regulation

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The book is insight for the mechanism of higher plant productivity under adverse environmental conditions. plant growth and productivity under nutrient stress condition is regulated by endogenous metabolites like SA and other signaling molecules. Present book is useful for Science students,Ph D Scholar and researchers to develop the concepts and techniques for higher plant productivity without the utilization of chemical fertilizers.
Alam Md. Izhar, Das Ajay Kumar, Prasad Birendra Response of Nitrogen and PGRs on Cape-goosebery Alam Md. Izhar, Das Ajay Kumar, Prasad Birendra Response of Nitrogen and PGRs on Cape-goosebery Новинка

Alam Md. Izhar, Das Ajay Kumar, Prasad Birendra Response of Nitrogen and PGRs on Cape-goosebery

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Sixteen plant food nutrients are essential for proper crop development. Each is equally important to the plant, yet each is required in vastly different amounts. Primary (macro) nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. They are the most frequently required so plants use large amounts for their growth and survival. As agriculture becomes more mechanized and science increases the possibilities for using inputs to enhance production, the role of PGRs becomes more vital. Plant growth regulators (PGRs) have been an important component in agricultural production even prior to the identification of plant hormones. PGRs are now used on worldwide on a diversity of crops each year. Most of these applications are confined to high-value horticultural commodities rather than field crops. This book includes informative visuals, such as tables of physical and physico - chemical parameters of Cape gooseberry, Nitrogen & PGRs and its effects on fruit crop. This book also helps those people, students, teachers and researcher who work on essential nutrient and plant growth regulators in Agriculture and Horticulture.
Sintayehu Musie Mulugeta,Ali Mohammed and Derbew Belew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper Sintayehu Musie Mulugeta,Ali Mohammed and Derbew Belew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper Новинка

Sintayehu Musie Mulugeta,Ali Mohammed and Derbew Belew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper

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There is a need to improve irrigation management and water use efficiency in crop production. Hot pepper being a high value and labour intensive cash crop, with high production costs, it is necessary to devise means of decreasing the cost of production. Organic mulching is recommended as a tactical tool to increase productivity of hot pepper because it improves growth and yield by improving all physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil and also lowering the production cost.
Mulugeta Sintayehu Musie, Mohammed Ali, Belew Derbew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper Mulugeta Sintayehu Musie, Mohammed Ali, Belew Derbew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper Новинка

Mulugeta Sintayehu Musie, Mohammed Ali, Belew Derbew Effect of Mulching on Growth and Yield of Hot Pepper

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There is a need to improve irrigation management and water use efficiency in crop production. Hot pepper being a high value and labour intensive cash crop, with high production costs, it is necessary to devise means of decreasing the cost of production. Organic mulching is recommended as a tactical tool to increase productivity of hot pepper because it improves growth and yield by improving all physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil and also lowering the production cost.
V. Veerasakthi, Sankari Meena, SA. Ramyabharathi Bacillus subtilis. A bioagent in nematode management V. Veerasakthi, Sankari Meena, SA. Ramyabharathi Bacillus subtilis. A bioagent in nematode management Новинка

V. Veerasakthi, Sankari Meena, SA. Ramyabharathi Bacillus subtilis. A bioagent in nematode management

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Scientific Study from the year 2014 in the subject Biology - Micro- and Molecular Biology, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, language: English, abstract: Root knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, is an important nematode parasite of tuberose. A study was undertaken to assess the evaluation of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) against Meloidogyne incognita infestation on tuberose in vitro, pot culture and field conditions. Tuberose fields were surveyed for the nematode incidence in different districts of Tamil Nadu. Among the nematodes associated with the crop M. incognita caused severe damage to crop. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria were isolated from soil samples collected from field and subcultured for further studies. The isolates were tested for their efficacy for plant growth promotion by roll towel and pot culture studies with rice plants. Among them, three isolates, viz. BT3, BT8 and BT21 were found to be effective in increasing the plant growth promotion when compared to other isolates. Biochemical characterization of the isolates revealed that the cultures were found to be the group of Bacillus spp. Liquid formulation were prepared for the three isolates with nutrient amendments, viz. glycerol (10 Mm), trehalose (5 mM) and the stickers, viz. starch (2%) and PVP (2%) and the antagonistic effect of different Bacillus isolates were studied against M. incognita in vitro. Effect of liquid formulation of the Bacillus strains were tested against M. incogni...
Faiza Umer Effect of Trade openness in Pakistan on Macro Economic indicators Faiza Umer Effect of Trade openness in Pakistan on Macro Economic indicators Новинка

Faiza Umer Effect of Trade openness in Pakistan on Macro Economic indicators

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This research is valuable and interesting with their thought provoking insights, containing all necessary materials for reading and understanding how trade openness, economic growth and saving-investment cause each other. This work discusses also few measures of trade openness and checks their effect on economic or Gdp growth. Interestingly readers will find all pros and cons regarding trade openness, economic growth and saving-investment one to one relationship.
Nohrio Mumtaz, Shah Zia- ul- Hassan, Rajpar Inayatullah Potassium Nutrition of Chillies Nohrio Mumtaz, Shah Zia- ul- Hassan, Rajpar Inayatullah Potassium Nutrition of Chillies Новинка

Nohrio Mumtaz, Shah Zia- ul- Hassan, Rajpar Inayatullah Potassium Nutrition of Chillies

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Nutrient deficiencies play havoc with the sustainable plant nutrition and exert bad impacts on the environmental health. Potassium (K) is an essential macro-nutrient required for the normal growth and development of plants. Adequate K nutrition is known to sustain chillies production. Pakistan has the largest chillies market of Asia. This field study highlights the positive effects of soil applied K on the growth, biomass allocation and K accumulation of chillies.
Mustafa Fawzy,Ahmed Mohammed and Mahmoud Adam Herbicides and their Effects on Soil Algae at Assiut- Egypt Mustafa Fawzy,Ahmed Mohammed and Mahmoud Adam Herbicides and their Effects on Soil Algae at Assiut- Egypt Новинка

Mustafa Fawzy,Ahmed Mohammed and Mahmoud Adam Herbicides and their Effects on Soil Algae at Assiut- Egypt

4749 руб.
The universal use of herbicides in agriculture creates a necessary to study the effect of these chemicals on non-target organisms such as algae, which are sensitive to herbicides where they share with higher plants many common characters. So this book aimed at studying the effect of two herbicides glyphosate and clodinafop-propargyl which are currently used in Egypt on soil algae, as well as, to study the effect of these herbicides on the growth and some metabolic activities of some algae such as Scenedesmus quadricauda (Chlorophyta) and Merismopedia glauca (Cyanophyta) which isolated from the soil.
Mallikarjun Handigund Effect Of Beta Carotene On Growth And Color Of Pterophyllum Scalare Mallikarjun Handigund Effect Of Beta Carotene On Growth And Color Of Pterophyllum Scalare Новинка

Mallikarjun Handigund Effect Of Beta Carotene On Growth And Color Of Pterophyllum Scalare

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The ornamental fish sector is getting more attention as sector growth is a considerable and increased contribution towards earnings. Demand in the sector mainly depends on color and variety of fish. Carotenoids known to increase the intensity of color in fish hence carotenoids play a key role in attaining the attractive color in fish. The book on “Effect of Beta Carotene on growth and color of Angel fish Pterophyllum Scalare” is a comprehensive research work with the aim of using synthetic β carotene as color and growth enhancer. The book describes the detailed approach and the concept behind it. This book will be a perfect guide for budding and young investigators and enthusiast aquarium keepers.
Gajanand Jat,Shiv Prakash Majumdar and N. K. Jat Influence of potassium and zinc on wheat crop and soil nutrient forms Gajanand Jat,Shiv Prakash Majumdar and N. K. Jat Influence of potassium and zinc on wheat crop and soil nutrient forms Новинка

Gajanand Jat,Shiv Prakash Majumdar and N. K. Jat Influence of potassium and zinc on wheat crop and soil nutrient forms

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Wheat is an important stable foodgrain crop and being the main source of calories it has immense importance in Indian diet. Sandy soils of Rajasthan are excessively permeable, poor in organic matter and prone to be deficient in potassium and zinc availability. An intensive cropping lead to depletion of potassium from the soil due to it’s released from fixed forms. Besides, a greater emphasis on nitrogen fertilization corresponding to potassium is influence soil fertility, crop yields and sustainability of agriculture. Already a fall in productivity in the absence of potassium has been proven from long-term experiments. Like potassium, more attention is also necessary on the management of micro-nutrients especially zinc. Zinc is an important micro-nutrient reported deficient in Indian soils and cause poor yield in rice-wheat growing soils of North-western India. When potassium and zinc are applied to soil they undergo transformation to various chemical pools, the nature of which differs across soils. Looking to the role played by potassium and zinc in boosting up the productivity and quality of wheat and soil health the present study was undertaken.
G. Rajaraman and L. Pugalendhi Effect of plant growth regulators and biostimulants on Chilli G. Rajaraman and L. Pugalendhi Effect of plant growth regulators and biostimulants on Chilli Новинка

G. Rajaraman and L. Pugalendhi Effect of plant growth regulators and biostimulants on Chilli

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The present investigation entitled, “Effect of plant growth regulators and bio-stimulants on productivity and quality of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) cv. K1”. Application of plant growth regulators and bio stimulants significantly increased the growth, yield and quality attributes of chilli. The maximum plant height, highest number of leaves per plant, plant spread, leaf area, leaf area index, early flowering and 50% flowering was observed with the foliar spray of humic acid 0.2 per cent. The same treatment recorded the maximum for all the yield parameters viz., fruits per plant, fruit length, fruit girth and fruit weight, fresh fruit yield, dry fruit yield per plant and Dry Matter Production per plant. Panchagavya 3% increased the ascorbic acid content, TSS and oleoresin in chilli. Application of humic acid at 0.2 per cent recorded increased the capsaicin and capsanthin content and the highest net returns of Rs.43,329.00 with the benefit cost ratio of 1.94 which is economically feasible. Our results support the foliar application of humic acid 0.2 per cent improve the growth and yield attributing parameters in chilli, which will ultimately result in increased productivity.
Anil Chavan,H.R. Khafi and Nilesh Bhosale Cowpea Production Technology Anil Chavan,H.R. Khafi and Nilesh Bhosale Cowpea Production Technology Новинка

Anil Chavan,H.R. Khafi and Nilesh Bhosale Cowpea Production Technology

4749 руб.
Cowpea is the most versatile kharif as well as summer pulse, because of its smothering nature, drought tolerant character, soil restoring properties and multipurpose uses. Many factors influence the crop production. Among the agronomic factors known to augment crop yield, fertilizers plays an important role topping the list. Among them, potash and zinc play important role to maximize the yield potential in monetary terms. Every possible nutrient management practices are implemented by using the chemical fertilizers to reach at peak production level but they have some negative impact on soil, product quality and environment. Recently, potash and zinc have been used as a sustainable practice which is able to boost up the production, productivity and quality of the product as well as without causing any negative hazardous effect on crop and environment. The efficient application of chemical fertilizers has played very significant role in providing nutrients for growth and development of plants.
William Edward Hartpole Lecky The Empire, its Value and its Growth William Edward Hartpole Lecky The Empire, its Value and its Growth Новинка

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The Empire, its Value and its Growth is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1893.Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
Sabina Khanam Toxicological Effect on Behaviour and Body Weight of Broiler Chicks Exposed to Carbaryl and Zinc Sabina Khanam Toxicological Effect on Behaviour and Body Weight of Broiler Chicks Exposed to Carbaryl and Zinc Новинка

Sabina Khanam Toxicological Effect on Behaviour and Body Weight of Broiler Chicks Exposed to Carbaryl and Zinc

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Scientific Study from the year 2017 in the subject Biology - Zoology, grade: A, , language: English, abstract: This study was conducted to examine the effect of Carbaryl and Zinc on body weight and behaviour of broiler chicks. It deals with pesticides and heavy metals which are of great impotance for pest control in agriculture, various diseases in poultry and for growth in poultry simultaneously. Carbaryl, a carbamate insecticide, is used in poultry industry for destroying and preventing the pest and vectors for various animal diseases. Carbaryl inhibits the acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in vertebrates, insects and human beings while zinc is used in poultry industry for their growth and for normal functioning of different biochemical process in the body. If pesticide enter in the body in excess i.e., above the lethal dose than it can change the function of hormones, neurotransmitters, physiology, morphology and behaviour.Statistically insignificant (p>0.005) increase in the body weight were found in the experimental animals as compared to control was recorded with different doses of carbaryl. While in zinc treated chickens statistically insignificant p>0.005 increases in the body weight of the experimental animals were found as compared to control were recorded with different doses of zinc.Behavioural impacts were examined by looking at changes in activity patterns. Leg weakness ,frequent defecation, less food consumption and dizziness in broiler chicks were fou...
Ravi Kumar Kuna Vegetable Cowpea Ravi Kumar Kuna Vegetable Cowpea Новинка

Ravi Kumar Kuna Vegetable Cowpea

3944 руб.
A field experiment was conducted at College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem to study the effect of plant density and phosphorus levels on the growth and yield of vegetable cowpea under rainfed conditions. The study revealed that the crop responded to plant densities as well as phosphorus levels. The biometric characters like number of primary branches per plant (8.52), pod length (21.31 cm), pod girth (12.35 mm), number of pods per plant (37.02), number of seeds per pod (16.85), pod weight per plant (10.93 g) and pod yield per plant (301.85 g) were higher at lower density plants (37,037 plants/ha) along with 60 kg P2O5/ha. The growth and yield characters like plant height (52.47 cm), TDM accumulation (3968.04 kg/ha), days to flowering (34.73 days), days to first picking (44.28 days) and pod yield (152.87 q//ha) were showed better expression in case of high density planting (74,074 plants/ha) along with 60 kg P2O5/ha. The interaction effect of plant densities and phosphorus levels were significant on plant height, total dry matter accumulation and days to flowering, pod length, pod weight per plant, yield per plant and pod yield/ha.
Pramod Popale,Gajanan Patange and Vaibhav Shinde Response of Cauliflower Pramod Popale,Gajanan Patange and Vaibhav Shinde Response of Cauliflower Новинка

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Fertilizer is costlier input in agriculture hence suitable type of fertilizer and its efficient use is essential. The liquid fertilizer available in the market are 5 to 6 times costlier than conventional straight fertilizer so attempts needs to be made to explore possibility of using water-soluble straight fertilizer for crop through drip. It is also essential to study the effect of varying levels of fertilizer on crop growth and nutrient uptake under fertigation and planning of efficient fertigation schedule depending on its growth stages. For uniform and efficient application of water and fertilizers, the drip system should have high efficiency and better performance in terms of emission uniformity and water distribution. Water, fertilizer and energy can be saved when irrigation uniformity is improved.
Enas Hassan Interactions between siderophore producing microorganisms Enas Hassan Interactions between siderophore producing microorganisms Новинка

Enas Hassan Interactions between siderophore producing microorganisms

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Iron represents an essential nutrient for all living organisms. It is a component of many cellular structures and also necessary for metabolic processes. Iron nutrition is particularly important for leguminous plants as it plays a vital role in nodule formation, N2-fixation and plant growth. Under iron limited conditions, some microorganisms and plants are able to evolve low molecular weight iron chelators called siderophores. These biological chelators are strongly involved in competition of iron nutrition and in biocontrol of phytopathogenic fungi by sequestering iron and thereby inhibiting their growth or metabolic activity. The results presented in this book aimed to study the interactions between siderophore producing microorganisms in the rhizosphere.
Krishna Surendar and Vijayaraghavan H. Effect of nitrogen and PGR's on growth and productivity of black gram Krishna Surendar and Vijayaraghavan H. Effect of nitrogen and PGR's on growth and productivity of black gram Новинка

Krishna Surendar and Vijayaraghavan H. Effect of nitrogen and PGR's on growth and productivity of black gram

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Pulses are the most important crops in India because of its low cost and high quality protein. They play a major role in providing a balanced protein component in the diet of the people. Besides, the crops enrich the soil fertility and health in terms of addition of nitrogen and organic matter.Black gram is indeterminate in its flowering and fruiting habits and there is a competition for available assimilates between vegetative and reproductive sinks. There is limitation of source (leaves) particularly at flowering and fruiting stage. Hence, there is a need to improve LAI and LAD. Being a C3 plant, CGR and RGR are relatively less than cereals and the major yield components are pods per plant, seeds per plant and test weight of seeds.Apart from this genetic make up, the major physiological constraints limiting its production is flower drop and fruit drop. This performance of the crops can be overcome by foliar application of growth regulating chemicals at the crucial stages of the crop, which is one of the latest trends in agriculture. The growth regulating chemicals bioregulators can improve the physiological efficiency including the photosynthetic ability of crop.
A.B.M. Sharif Hossain Plant Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering A.B.M. Sharif Hossain Plant Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Новинка

A.B.M. Sharif Hossain Plant Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering

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Innovative study is a significant factor for the student and researcher in the modern age of technologies. With view to the achieving this vision, data have been invented and put in this book as vital role. Transgenic plant production, T-DNA, DNA cloning and cell culture are discussed well having innovative data. GM (Genetically Modified) seedless fruit and vegetable was invented, plant growth hormone's effect, plant regeneration, cell clone and genomics are discussed. Effects of gibberellic acid, cytokinin, auxin are shown in different crops. Plant hormone isolation like abscisic acid, cytokinine are described well. Auxin's effects on GM (genetically modified)seedless fruit and vegetable production are stated detailed. Different methods of Genetic engineering and its application in crop production are noted well. Implementation of molecular plant biotechnology in fruit and ornamental plant related to biomedicine or herbal medicine are described. Innovative data are mentioned that abscisic acid and gibberellin affected the gene in GM crops and developed the plant growth and production as well as improved the fruit, flower and vegetable quality applying biotechnological approach.
Bereket Haileselassie Gebreselassie Zinc and FYM in Rice-wheat Crop Rotation Bereket Haileselassie Gebreselassie Zinc and FYM in Rice-wheat Crop Rotation Новинка

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Residual effects of Zinc (Zn) fertilizer and farmyard manure (FYM) help in economizing the fertilizer use without any adverse effect on soil fertility and crop yields. No information is available for residual effect of Zn fertilizer applied in conjunction with FYM to rice-wheat rotation practiced in the northern plains, hot sub-humid (dry) ecoregion of India. The present investigation was carried out to determine the residual effect of Zn fertilizer application with or without farmyard manure on yields, cationic micro-nutrients (Zn, Cu, Fe and Mn) concentration and uptake of third crop rice and fourth crop wheat under rotation. The residual of conjoint use of 2.5 or 3.75 Kg Zn/ha + 5 t FYM/ha was found most beneficial for increasing both yields and nutrient uptake of both rice and wheat crops.
Okubal Peter James Ejokuo Human Capital and Economic Growth in Uganda Okubal Peter James Ejokuo Human Capital and Economic Growth in Uganda Новинка

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Several theories and approaches have been advanced as addressing chronic poverty in the third world today. Human capital development is one such approach. This book entitled "Human Capital Development and economic growth in Uganda" provides an analysis using a time series technique the link between education expenditure to human capital development and consequently to economic growth in Uganda. It traces the Human Capital Accumulation theory, its limitations and use. The book examines the various economic growth trends in Uganda and their net effect on economic growth and further isolates the effects of human capital accumulation on economic growth in Uganda over the period 1962 - 2002.
Jean Mace The History of a Mouthful of Bread. And its effect on the organization of men and animals Jean Mace The History of a Mouthful of Bread. And its effect on the organization of men and animals Новинка

Jean Mace The History of a Mouthful of Bread. And its effect on the organization of men and animals

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Книга "The History of a Mouthful of Bread. And its effect on the organization of men and animals".
Tripathi Sachchidanand, Raghubanshi Akhilesh Singh Response of Tropical Dry Forest Tree Species to Resource Variability Tripathi Sachchidanand, Raghubanshi Akhilesh Singh Response of Tropical Dry Forest Tree Species to Resource Variability Новинка

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The emergence, establishment and growth of tree seedlings face very heterogeneous situations in tropical dry forests (TDFs). The pronounced seasonality in soil moisture availability affects the patterns of seed production, germination, survival and seedling development in plants. Light conditions vary seasonally in understorey of these forests, thereby affecting the growth of species components growing there. The patchy distribution and pulsation of nutrient release in the nutrient poor soils of these forests further restricts the growth of plants spatially and temporally. The plants in TDFs, therefore, exhibit a variation in life- history characteristics, which in combination modulate the response of species to these environmental drivers. Furthermore, interactions among these environmental drivers are a regular feature of natural ecosystems, and have a great significance in shaping of the community structure and dynamics. The book explores the response of TDF tree seedlings to the combined effect of resources i.e. light, water and nutrient. The findings will augment understanding of the researchers in plant ecology especially working in tropical dry forests.
Krishnakumar Srinivasagam,Lalith Kannan Ravi and Dhivya Murali Manokaran Integrated nutrient management - A review Krishnakumar Srinivasagam,Lalith Kannan Ravi and Dhivya Murali Manokaran Integrated nutrient management - A review Новинка

Krishnakumar Srinivasagam,Lalith Kannan Ravi and Dhivya Murali Manokaran Integrated nutrient management - A review

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In India, there is sufficient availability of organic manures like animal dung manure (791.6 mt), crop residues (603.5 mt), green manure (4.50 m ha), rural compost (148.3 mt), city compost (12.2 mt) and biofertilizer (0.41 mt)and these may become a good substitute of chemical fertilizers to maintain the soil physico-chemical and biological properties. The incorporation of organic manures improves the nutrient content and uptake. Although organic manures contain plant nutrients in small quantities as compared to the fertilizer, the presence of growth promoting principles like enzyme and hormones besides plant materials make them essential for improvement of soil fertility and productivity.For better utilization of resources and to produce crops with less expenditure, INM is the best approach. In this approach all the possible source of plant nutrients are applied based on economic consideration and the balance required for the crop is supplemented with chemical fertilizers. The combined use of organic and inorganic sources of plant nutrient not only pushes the production and profitability of field crops, but also it helps in maintaining the permanent fertility status of the soil.
Vinodh Subramani and Sekar Kaliyaperumal Studies on Integrated nutrient management in celosia Vinodh Subramani and Sekar Kaliyaperumal Studies on Integrated nutrient management in celosia Новинка

Vinodh Subramani and Sekar Kaliyaperumal Studies on Integrated nutrient management in celosia

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The book Studies on integrated nutrient management in celosia has been written to provide readily available information on nutrient management for flower crops. The text which outs together into its fold the latest technologies on the fertilizer uses of crops will, therefore, cater to the needs of all those who are directly or indirectly concerned with farmers such as student and teachers of Agricultural and Horticultural Universities, researchers, extension workers, educated and progressive farmers.
A. S. M. Maruf, Rubaiyet Abedin Orny Recovery of Zinc and Iron from Zinc Ash A. S. M. Maruf, Rubaiyet Abedin Orny Recovery of Zinc and Iron from Zinc Ash Новинка

A. S. M. Maruf, Rubaiyet Abedin Orny Recovery of Zinc and Iron from Zinc Ash

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Zinc ash contains high percentage of zinc and iron which can be recovered and converted into valuable products. This project aimed to produce crystalline zinc sulfate and ferrous sulfate from recovered metals from zinc ash. Bangladesh is an agriculture based country and zinc sulfate is used as one of the necessary fertilizers. Samples of zinc ash were collected from local galvanizing industries in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The major metal components in the sample were zinc, iron and aluminium.
Prabhakara Reddy Influence of Nutrient Rich Organic Wastes in Wastelands Reclamation Prabhakara Reddy Influence of Nutrient Rich Organic Wastes in Wastelands Reclamation Новинка

Prabhakara Reddy Influence of Nutrient Rich Organic Wastes in Wastelands Reclamation

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Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2014 in the subject Environmental Sciences, grade: 1, , language: English, abstract: Exploration for natural resources and their utilization are present ever since the existence of human civilization. In India, land and water resources are the two important ones which determine our development. We possess large geographical area of 329 M.ha and unfortunately, nearly half of it is characterized with low soil fertility. Thus, nutrient limitation is an issue of concern in these marginal lands and several initiatives have been made in the past on their improvement. In contrast, we are also seeing nutrient surplus situations, sometimes even toxicities, in urban areas due to domestic and industrial waste disposals. Chemically, these wastes are organic in nature and rich in plant nutrients. An attempt was made to match these contrasting situations i.e. application of nutrient rich organic wastes to meet the nutrient requirements of tree species planted on less fertile wastelands. Thus, the objectives of the experiment were, - To characterize the wastelands in terms of physical and chemical features as soil limiting factors in afforestation programme- To characterize domestic and agro-industrial organic wastes for suitability as nutrient source in afforestation programme- To evaluate the changes in physical and chemical properties of wasteland soils due to organic wastes application- To evaluate the growth performance of tree species due t...
Sitwat Qamar and Hina Wizarat Drug-Nutrient Interaction in Human Sitwat Qamar and Hina Wizarat Drug-Nutrient Interaction in Human Новинка

Sitwat Qamar and Hina Wizarat Drug-Nutrient Interaction in Human

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The nutrient can be described as a chemical that an organism needs to live and grow or a substance used in an organism’s metabolism which must be taken in it from its environment. The nutrients are used to build and repair tissue, regulate body processes and are converted to uses as to supply energy to the body, build and repair body tissues, regulate body process. Drug is any substance or product that is used or is intended to be used to modify or explore physiological systems or pathological states for the benefit of the recipient. A drug and nutrient interaction is the effect of a medication on food or a nutrient in food. Medication interacts with food and nutrients in several ways. Dietary nutrients can affect medications by altering their absorption or metabolism. The food we eat could make the medications we take work faster, slower, or even prevent them from working at all. Such interactions raise concerns that medication may lead to nutritional deficiencies or that our diet may change how a medication works. This does not mean that if we are taking a medication we need to use a vitamin or a mineral supplement.
Huseyn Huseynov Economic Growth and its determinants: Empirical investigation Huseyn Huseynov Economic Growth and its determinants: Empirical investigation Новинка

Huseyn Huseynov Economic Growth and its determinants: Empirical investigation

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In a modern world economic growth used to measure economic and in some cases political power of the countries. For that reason, it is necessary to analyse the determinants which make a dramatic impact on economic growth in order to stabilize economic performance of the governments and gain to long term and sustainable development. This book examines the role of macroeconomic determinants in economic growth through inflation, unemployment, trade, government expenditure, exchange rate and gross capital formation by using econometric methods. The data consist of 92 countries and the period from 1990 to 2006. The results show that macroeconomic determinants make a significant impact on economic growth.
Nasser El-Gizawy Corn Fertilization Management in Egypt Nasser El-Gizawy Corn Fertilization Management in Egypt Новинка

Nasser El-Gizawy Corn Fertilization Management in Egypt

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Corn (Zea mays L.) is one of the most important cereal crops in the world and in Egypt. Therefore, the present work was designed to investigate the response of corn to nitrogen and manganese fertilization. Two field experiments were conducted during two successive growing seasons of 1997 and 1998. The effect of four nitrogen levels, three manganese nutrient rates and three methods of Mn applications on the growth, grain yield and its components as well as grain quality of maize were investigated. The soil of the experimental plots was clay texture (pH value 7.91, CaCO3 3.89 % and organic matter 1.98 %, 17.3 mg/kg available N and 8.5 mg/kg available Mn). A spilt-plot in a randomized complete block design with four replications was used; the main plots were devoted for nitrogen levels, the sub-plot for Mn levels and their methods of applications. The results of the experiments could be summarized as follows: The highest grain yield and its quality were generally recorded by foliar application or soaking grains with 70 mg Mn /l plus 150 kg N/fed in Qaliuobia Gavernorate. In all cases, consideration should be given to the actual available contents of the nutrient in the soil itself.
Rabia Khalid,Rifat Hayat and Safdar Ali Effect of PGPR on growth and nitrogen fixation of mash bean Rabia Khalid,Rifat Hayat and Safdar Ali Effect of PGPR on growth and nitrogen fixation of mash bean Новинка

Rabia Khalid,Rifat Hayat and Safdar Ali Effect of PGPR on growth and nitrogen fixation of mash bean

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This book is basically based on applied research whose main objectives were: 1.To isolate Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) from mash bean rhizosphere. 2.To determine the effect of co-inoculation of Rhizobium sp. with PGPR on growth, nodulation and nitrogen fixation of mash bean. In the course of this research experiment, we concluded that nitrogen fixation and yield of mash bean was enhanced by the application of PGPR. Response of mash bean was more pronounced to the inoculation of PGPR along with chemical fertilizer as compared to application of chemical fertilizer alone and control.
Henry S. Horn Adaptive Geometry of Trees. (MPB-3), Volume 3 Henry S. Horn Adaptive Geometry of Trees. (MPB-3), Volume 3 Новинка

Henry S. Horn Adaptive Geometry of Trees. (MPB-3), Volume 3

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Through use of the models Professor Horn has devised, plant ecologists, foresters, and botanists will be able to predict the growth and productivity of a forest, the invading and senile species in a forest, the effect of shade tolerance on forest succession, and similar questions.
Mohammad Ali Sabeti Amirhendeh and Diako Ghorbanian Efficiency of use Biological Fertilizer on Yield of TOBACCO Mohammad Ali Sabeti Amirhendeh and Diako Ghorbanian Efficiency of use Biological Fertilizer on Yield of TOBACCO Новинка

Mohammad Ali Sabeti Amirhendeh and Diako Ghorbanian Efficiency of use Biological Fertilizer on Yield of TOBACCO

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Abstract A field study was carried out during a three-year period (2008 to 2010) in order to investigate on response of Coker 347 (flue-cured) Tobacco plant (Nicotiana tabacum L.) in vegetative growth stages to inoculation with Azotobacter chroococcum at various levels of Nitrogen (N) fertilization.Results revealed that the effect of year of experiment was significant on quantitative characteristics (except leaf length), N uptake and qualitative characteristics (except nicotine in priming). Application of N had significant effect on quantitative characteristics (except number and width of Leaf), N uptake and qualitative characteristics. Inoculation of roots with bacterium had significant effect on Cured leaf weight of cutter, yield, N uptake and qualitative characteristics. Furthermore In general, Azotobacter chroococcum is a suitable inoculant for tobacco cultivation and it could be a strategy to achieve sustainable agriculture.
Rajendran Karuppaiah Plant Growth Regulator and Foliar Nutrition in Cotton Rajendran Karuppaiah Plant Growth Regulator and Foliar Nutrition in Cotton Новинка

Rajendran Karuppaiah Plant Growth Regulator and Foliar Nutrition in Cotton

4419 руб.
Under assured irrigation with use of plant growth regulator and foliar nutritions there is good scope for increasing productivity of summer cotton. Among the basic criteria for high productivity, adequate and timely supply of nutrients is essential. Fertilizer now days being a costly input, its use and management need a special consideration, which will improve the productivity of crop with higher economic returns without sacrificing the ecological balance. One of the important physiological disorders which reduce the seed cotton yield is boll shedding. To get maximum yield in cotton it is essential to retain more bolls plant-1. Hence improved package of technologies are absolutely necessary to sustain cotton productivity.
Ummay Amara Effect of PGPR on Nodulation and N2-fixation of Soybean Ummay Amara Effect of PGPR on Nodulation and N2-fixation of Soybean Новинка

Ummay Amara Effect of PGPR on Nodulation and N2-fixation of Soybean

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This book is based on applied research whose main objectives were: 1- To study the effect of co-inoculation of Rhizobium and PGPRs on growth and yield of soybean and 2- To investigate the effect of co-inoculation of Rhizobium and PGPRs on nodulation and N2-fixation of soybean by employing xylem ureide technique. In the research experiment we conclude that different parameters such as plant density, nodule number, yield, N content, and N2-fixed were investigated to confirm whether the PGPRs improved N2- fixation capacity of soybean along with chemical fertilizer as compare to application of chemical fertilizer alone and control.
Ira Feder Customized Job Enrichment and Its Effect on Job Performance Ira Feder Customized Job Enrichment and Its Effect on Job Performance Новинка

Ira Feder Customized Job Enrichment and Its Effect on Job Performance

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Книга "Customized Job Enrichment and Its Effect on Job Performance".
Sami Almoqayyad,Jamil Salem and Talat Hammad ZnO Nanoparticles Sami Almoqayyad,Jamil Salem and Talat Hammad ZnO Nanoparticles Новинка

Sami Almoqayyad,Jamil Salem and Talat Hammad ZnO Nanoparticles

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Nanoparticles exhibit many interesting properties especially when it is less than 10 nanometer due to its quantum size effect. ZnO nanoparticles have abroad range of electronics, optical, piezoelectric applications due to its direct band gap . In this book it is synthesized in the quantum size by a solvothermal method which is characterized by easy procedure, easy control of particle radius and low coast of processing.Many applications of ZnO nanoparticles could be improved by changing the particle size, morphology and controlling the growth process. This work investigates the effect of temperature, growth period, surfactants and some additives on the particle size, rate constant and energy gap of ZnO nanoparticles. Understanding how these factors enhance or inhabit growth mechanism of ZnO nanoparticles will lead to produce specialized ZnO nanostructures which is important for device fabrication.
Richard J. Medve, Mary Lee Medve Edible Wild Plants of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States Richard J. Medve, Mary Lee Medve Edible Wild Plants of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States Новинка

Richard J. Medve, Mary Lee Medve Edible Wild Plants of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States

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Ralph Waldo Emerson defined a weed as a "plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered." To the wild-plant enthusiast who has discovered the virtues of many plants, there are relatively few weeds. After using this book, you will never again consider lamb's-quarters a weed. Instead, you will nurture it with respect and even encourage its growth in your garden.Edible Wild Plants of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States contains botanically accurate, up-to-date information essential for the identification of more than one hundred delectable wild plants. Each plant entry provides characteristics, habitat, distribution, edible parts, food uses, precautions, and preparation, followed by tasty recipes and interesting remarks about the plant's botanical history. The plants are arranged according to height, with the ground-huggers appearing first and the trees last. Each plant is also cross-referenced by common and scientific names.The authors have written this book with the novice forager in mind, including useful tips on foraging from where to search for food to precautions to take. They also provide a list of toxic look-alikes, a nutrient composition chart, and a glossary of terms.
Rokolhuii Keditsu Gerbera Nutrition Rokolhuii Keditsu Gerbera Nutrition Новинка

Rokolhuii Keditsu Gerbera Nutrition

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Difference in performance of cut flower like Gerbera,was primarily accounted to variation in soil moisture regime. Gerbera plants planted in June produced the best response in terms of vegetative growth , floral characteristics and flower yield. The most favourable response of June planting was observed due to collective effect of better soil moisture conditions, lesser diurnal variation in temperature ,and better inflow of nutrients. These observations aided in establishing soil-climate analogues for open field Gerbera. Integrated nutrient management based treatments produced differential response on vegetative growth , flowering characteristics, flower yield, soil fertility status, soil microbial properties and nutrient accumulation in leaves. Invariably, out of three organic manures viz., Pig manure, farmyard manure and Cocopith when applied along with 50% chemical fertilizers, produced a much better response than when applied alone. DRIS ( Diagnosis and Recommendation Integrated System ) based leaf nutrient norms helped in tailoring the fertilizer requirement of open field Gerbera, without incurring any nutrient deficit during the entire growth period.
Chandrama Prakash Upadhyaya Association of plant growth promoting microorganism with transgenic Blackgram. PGPR association with transgenic plants Chandrama Prakash Upadhyaya Association of plant growth promoting microorganism with transgenic Blackgram. PGPR association with transgenic plants Новинка

Chandrama Prakash Upadhyaya Association of plant growth promoting microorganism with transgenic Blackgram. PGPR association with transgenic plants

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It was emphasized to engineering abiotic stress tolerance in blackgram by overexpression of the glyoxalase I gene isolated from Brassica juncea under a most widely used CaMV 35S promoter. We have demonstrated for the first the applicability of the glyoxalase system in imparting abiotic stress tolerance in a crop legume Vigna mungo. The transgenic lines were confirmed for gene insertion using different molecular techniques. The expression pattern of the inserted gene/s confirmed the expression and activity of the gene in the all transgenic lines studied up to T2 generations. The in vitro raised plants are usually sensitive to hardening process as well as transplantation. In case of blackgram, the survival rate during hardening and the transplantation was ca. 65-70%. To improve the percentage survival of plants, plant growth promoting Rhizobium and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi were applied during the hardening and transplantation. This resulted in overall survival rate of plants up to 90% in both the transgenics as well as the untransformed control plants. Effect of Rhizobium and Mycorrhiza on transgenic as well as the untransformed control plants was studied. We reported for the first time that the transgenic nature of the plant does not affect association of the plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria or Mycorrhiza. Alleviates transplantation shock of in vitro grown Vigna mungo plants was also observed.
Elias Colbert Humanity in its origins and early growth Elias Colbert Humanity in its origins and early growth Новинка

Elias Colbert Humanity in its origins and early growth

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Humanity in its origins and early growth is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1892.Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature.Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
Dilawar Hussain,Muhammad Khalil Nawaz and Abdul Razaq Effect of Cobalt Supplemented Diets on Cyprinus Carpio (common Carp) Dilawar Hussain,Muhammad Khalil Nawaz and Abdul Razaq Effect of Cobalt Supplemented Diets on Cyprinus Carpio (common Carp) Новинка

Dilawar Hussain,Muhammad Khalil Nawaz and Abdul Razaq Effect of Cobalt Supplemented Diets on Cyprinus Carpio (common Carp)

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Cobalt (Co) is an essential mineral required in trace quantity in fish diet. Co is extremely scarce in the freshwater resources. Therefore, freshwater fish require a supplement of Co in the diet. The present study was conducted to determine optimum level of Co which could be used as supplement in the diet to enhance the growth of Cyprinus carpio without constituting metal burden to the fish and to work out relationship between accumulation of Co in fish tissues and diet. Also to evaluate the effects of dietary cobalt levels on growth, nutrient deposition and digestive enzyme activities in common carp.
Quantum Hall Effect Quantum Hall Effect Новинка

Quantum Hall Effect

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This book is a compilation of major reprint articles on one of the most intriguing phenomena in modern physics: the quantum Hall effect. Together with a detailed introduction by the editor, this volume serves as a stimulating and valuable reference for students and research workers in condensed matter physics and for those with a particle physics background. The papers have been chosen with the intention of emphasizing the topological aspects of the quantum Hall effect and its connections with other branches of theoretical physics, such as topological quantum field theories and string theory. The contents include sections on integer effect, fractional effect, effect of global topology, effective theories, edge states and non-Abelian statistics.
Dimitris Nikolidakis The effect of biological factors on bone healing in implant dentistry Dimitris Nikolidakis The effect of biological factors on bone healing in implant dentistry Новинка

Dimitris Nikolidakis The effect of biological factors on bone healing in implant dentistry

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Current research focuses on parameters that may improve the bone response to oral implants. One of the investigated parameters is the effect of growth factors on bone healing around medical and oral implants. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a new approach in tissue regeneration and a developing area for clinicians and researchers. It is used in various surgical fields, including oral and maxillofacial surgery. PRP is prepared out of the patient’s own blood and contains growth factors that influence wound healing. Among them, platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), transforming growth factor (TGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) play a pivotal role in tissue repair mechanisms. Although the growth factors and mechanisms involved are still poorly understood, the easy application of PRP in the clinic and its possible beneficial outcome, including reduction of bleeding, rapid soft tissue healing and bone regeneration, holds promise for new treatment approaches. However, animal studies and human trials demonstrate conflicting results regarding the application of PRP. Well-designed studies are needed to provide solid evidence of the PRP capacity.
Yohannes Gebremedhn Improvement of Salt Tolerance by Seed Priming Yohannes Gebremedhn Improvement of Salt Tolerance by Seed Priming Новинка

Yohannes Gebremedhn Improvement of Salt Tolerance by Seed Priming

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Salinity is considered as a major abiotic stress affecting germination, seedling growth and crop production in arid and semi-arid regions. Many techniques are used to improve tolerance to salinity. Priming is believed to be an effective technique that increases germination, plant growth and improve yield of Salinity is considered as a major abiotic stress affecting germination, seedling growth and crop production in arid and semi-arid regions. Many techniques are used to improve tolerance to salinity. Priming is believed to be an effective technique that increases germination, plant growth and improve yield of several vegetables and crops under saline soil condition. This study was aimed to assess the effect of seed priming on germination and seedling growth of maize (Zea mays L.) exposed to five salinity levels. Primed and unprimed seeds were sown in Petri dishes and pots and irrigated with saline solutions. Priming seeds with NaCl improved germination and growth at both laboratory and field conditions. Further, this study needs to be continued if performance of mature maize plants could also be improved and yield increased by sowing primed seeds in saline soils.
Loise Gichuhi Human Capital and Family Size Choice Loise Gichuhi Human Capital and Family Size Choice Новинка

Loise Gichuhi Human Capital and Family Size Choice

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Planners in many developing countries are aware of the high population growth rate and its negative impact on human capital accumulation. When population growth is not checked its consumption component would negatively affect human capital growth especially in low-income countries. This text is a snap-shop of the link between human capital formation and family size choice in Kenya. This text is therefore an invaluable companion for economists in education, planners and managers as they deliberate on education for development of their nations.

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Scientific Study from the year 2014 in the subject Biology - Micro- and Molecular Biology, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, language: English, abstract: Root knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, is an important nematode parasite of tuberose. A study was undertaken to assess the evaluation of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) against Meloidogyne incognita infestation on tuberose in vitro, pot culture and field conditions. Tuberose fields were surveyed for the nematode incidence in different districts of Tamil Nadu. Among the nematodes associated with the crop M. incognita caused severe damage to crop. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria were isolated from soil samples collected from field and subcultured for further studies. The isolates were tested for their efficacy for plant growth promotion by roll towel and pot culture studies with rice plants. Among them, three isolates, viz. BT3, BT8 and BT21 were found to be effective in increasing the plant growth promotion when compared to other isolates. Biochemical characterization of the isolates revealed that the cultures were found to be the group of Bacillus spp. Liquid formulation were prepared for the three isolates with nutrient amendments, viz. glycerol (10 Mm), trehalose (5 mM) and the stickers, viz. starch (2%) and PVP (2%) and the antagonistic effect of different Bacillus isolates were studied against M. incognita in vitro. Effect of liquid formulation of the Bacillus strains were tested against M. incogni...
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